Trinidad and Tobago

Closures & cancellations due to earthquake

Tuesday's powerful earthquake that shock Trinidad and Tobago, has resulted in several places remaining closed or opening at different hours today.

The earthquake also caused a shift in an energy signing ceremony by the Government.

The following are some of the announcements of closure and changes of hours, as a result of the quake.


Flow wishes to advise that our Payment Centre at Nicholas Tower, Port-of-Spain is closed today.

Journalist's brother murdered in St. Vincent

The brother of journalist Dale Enoch was found murdered in St. Vincent Saturday morning. 
News coming out of St. Vincent revealed that Ian Enoch, who was a Spiritual Baptist Cleric, was found dead in an area close to the airport on the island. His body was wrapped in a sheet and dumped at the side of the road. there were chop wounds about the body.
Enoch was last seen attending an event on Friday on St. Vincent's East Coast.  It is believed that he was abducted after leaving the function. His car was found abandoned.

A new Miss World TT is crowned

Her name is Ysabel Bisnath. This 25-year-old beauty took the crown out of 10 hopefuls at NAPA on Sunday evening. 
But who is she? Well, this national open scholarship winner completed her law degree at Oxford University. 
She is also an award-winning public speaker, fluent in French, Italian, and Spanish. 
Ysabel also plays the piano and she did just that for the talent competition playing her rendition of Machel Montano’s “Happiest Man Alive”.

No decision today in Chief Justice vs Law Association

There will be no decision in the case brought against the Law Association by the Chief Justice today.

This as the Privy Council stated a short while ago that it will reserve its decision to a later date.

In the matter the CJ’s attorney have asked the Law Lords to assess  

1>  Whether section 137 of the Constitution provides the sole basis for investigating the conduct of the Chief Justice and removing him from office;